A Graphical Solution of the Matching Problem in Closed-Cycle Gas Turbine Plants
Vavra, M. H.
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The paper describes a graphical method for the solution of the matching problem in gas turbine plants. The method is used to investigate the conditions in a closed-cycle system similar to that of the ML-1 nuclear gas turbine plant of Aerojet-General Nucleonics. It is shown that proper matching of the turbomachines with a given system is of great importance to obtain the best possible performance.
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NPS Report NumberTechnical Report No. 65-3
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